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Dublin’s Dessert Dumplings Represent the Debasement of a Proud Cuisine

Katy Amos writes that dessert dumplings, which have now hit Dublin, are the thin end of a toxic wedge – misguided fusion cooking.
By Katy Amos
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Meet the Society Spreading Laughter in Uncertain Times

Its activities have been halted by the coronavirus, but DU Comedy Society is dynamic and vibrant – and a vital source of laughter in hard times.
By Kate Fergusson
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JYellowL Entertains and Enlightens – By Talking About What’s Real

Dublin rapper JYellowL is a hot property – he's opened for Nelly, among other successes. Now he's back, with his hardest-hitting single yet.
By Joe Coughlan
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One Man, One Oven, One Love (Pizza): Meet the People of P.Oven

Philip Murphy is a Trinity student. He's also the founder of P.Oven – a pizza company that's become a phenomenon in College circles.
By Philip Hettinger
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Piecing Together the Living History of Dublin’s Theatre Royal

For more than 100 years, the Theatre Royal was a cultural hub for many Dubliners. Its demise was sad, but its legacy is a glorious one.
By Ellen Finnerty
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Ahead of Dublin Debut, A Look at The Cherry Orchard’s Galway Screening

It won't hit Dublin until April, but Tom Murphy's adaptation of The Cherry Orchard does enough in its Galway screening to whet appetites.
By Katie Kelly
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In Ramen Co, a Valiant Menu – But More Culinary Bravery Needed

Despite Ramen Co’s attempts to craft a menu of traditional ramen dishes, the ultimate result is a tasty yet rather lacklustre lunch experience.
By Lizzie Dunning
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With Wendy Erskine, an Unrestricted Dive into Literary Imagination

The acclaimed Belfast author on the bizarreness of life, the power of brevity and the 'nonsense talked about writing'.
By Martha Kirwan
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Epoch Celebrates Irish Women in Sparkling New Exhibition

Hidden Gems promises to be a treasure trove of chromatic delights.
By Rachael Gunning
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Lankum the Undisputed Stars, as RTÉ Choice Awards Impress

Westlife might have stolen best song, but there was cause for optimism at last week's RTÉ Choice Music Awards.
By Molly Gray